Concepts for Mirjam Lugt’s exhibition, ‘Urban Delineation’ arose from her observations of the urban environment, with a particular interest in the textured grit and imperfect order of road markings, concrete and building facades. 

Mirjam’s painted collages are directed by the intersection of colour and the placement of irregular geometric forms, which are adjusted to achieve a composition with the right tension, balance and negative space. 

In addition to the collage arrangement, Mirjam’s work hold echoes of constructivism in its almost austere abstraction, reflection on urban space and assemblage of forms.
Her chosen palate speaks to the influence of Colin McCahon, but she also finds influence in the works of Rosalie Gascoigne and Aboriginal art. 



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